I’ve always heard that you can pick your friends, but you can’t pick your family. Melissa and I proved that this was not entirely true. Experience our childhood of mistaken identity which matures over time to a friendship that endures abusive relationships, alcoholism and everything in between. If you don’t laugh or cry, then you could probably use a drink yourself.
What they’re saying about it:
A MUST READ! I found this book very hard to put down. With each turn of the page I became more emotionally involved. There’s never a dull moment. Very well written and a must read!
Great Story I bought this book after seeing something about the first review through social media. Letters to Young Chong is funny in a Chelsea Handler kind of way. This book is full of laughs and great stories of growing up in a rural area.
Letters To Young Chong, an outstanding read! I thoroughly enjoyed reading this. I grew up on the shore and went to school with the publisher but until now I never really new her other than seeing her at school. This story showed me a glimpse into her life and I enjoyed every minute of reading. Mel you are such a free spirit and a great person. Good luck on your future writings and I look forward to them.